Reaching new heights

 

On Thursday evening Freebroughs DofE silver group reached new heights by walking to the top of Roseberry topping. The students have to map a route for any walk taken and using a compass and grid references be able to identify their location when on any walk. This builds up their stamina and navigation skills. 

The group have accomplished various walks, leaving from the academy and heading towards Saltburn in a circular route. But this latest walk leaving from Hutton village to Roseberry topping really did test their skills and stamina. A huge well done to th whole group. 

Athletics Competition

Well done to all Freebrough students involved in the athletics competition at Middlesbrough sports village.

A great team with a fantastic attitude. Some students will be representing Cleveland at the next round in a few weeks. A big thanks to all students for their amazing efforts. An absolute pleasure 👍

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Year 11 celebrate

Yr 11 today had a celebration assembly where they received their mock results , individual exam timetables and an exam plan. The exam plan outlines all the exams and interventions that are planned over the next 6 weeks. 

Please click the link below to view the full exam timetable.

Y11 Exam Timetable

Healthy Hearts

Promoting a healthy lifestyle, Year 10 students walked from Freebrough Academy to Saltburn and back on a beautiful sunny morning. It’s about a 3 mile walk and the students really enjoyed it. They were Indie, Maisie, Ellie, Grace and Bethany.

Reading success

Students in 8 ORION have been working hard on reading and Lexia since January. When they completed a reading test this week, we were delighted to see that a over half of them have improved their reading ages, some by two full years! Special recognition should go to Emma Robbins, Tyler Ward, Jake Scott-Reap, and Roni Stone who have all improved their reading ages to the same or better than their actual ages.

After school comedy sketches

These students have been coming to drama youth theatre after school and have been creating brilliant little comedy sketches. They have created different pieces each week from talent shows to improvisation and this week they all had a go at Roald Dahl’s Matilda. Jack Murray somehow transformed from Mrs Trunchbull into Cher and we had 2 naughty school inspectors created by Daniel and Lewis. Great work, you have made me laugh every week!

Visit to Oxford University

Five students were selected to attend Oxford University for a day. The students were given the chance to have a look around the university and were given a feel for student life. They also had a tour of St Peter’s house and one student who was currently in her first year of attending the university, showed the students around the rest of the university and explained about finances and accommodation for first year students.

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